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    More Fun with Large Format Film Images!

    Linhof Master Technika with T Nikkor 500mm on Tmax100
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    Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation

    Of course, the tripod is the solution. But I found it interesting to try the IBIS, which also worked well. I used the ES because I had blur when taking photos from the tripod, which disappeared when I switched to the ES.
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    Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation

    More and less body-shaking :)
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    Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation

    A less funny result with the same lens - the result is limited by the condensed atmosphere
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    Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation

    In my photograph we are talking of a focal length of 600mm - there is no Fuji lens that could do that.
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    Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation

    Mamiya 645 Sekor 5.6/300mm ULD + Mamiya 2x The lens is all mechanical - there is no data influence possible to the camera body. Movement of user - no tripod
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    Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation

    Electronic shutter in combination with image stabilisation in long distance shots lead to surreal results Fujifilm GFX100 - 600mm - IBIS - 1/1000s
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    Studio flash with Fujifilm GFX - colour problems

    When I recently bought aa additional studio flash unit, given the results I thought it was a defect or gross adjustment error. After closer examination, however, I realise that I get these results because of the colour perception of the Fuji cameras: Fuji GFX 100 / Fuji GFX 50s So: With the new...
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